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Help! How to blend the interior plan with the exterior

Posted by kateshome (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 17, 13 at 20:18

Many of you have been so kind to comment on recent front elevations that I have submitted, but have said that it's difficult to give helpful comments without seeing the interior plan. So here is the interior plan that we really like and the last exterior sketch.How to blend them both?I worry about the corner where the garage meets the house. Would it be better to pull the garage away from the house in order to get rid of that awkward corner by the garage that looks like its missing windows? Or any other opinions are so appreciated! Thank you! I can only attach on pic at a time, so this is the first floor.


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RE: Help! How to blend the interior plan with the exterior

I don't see a worrisome corner where the garage meets the house. Are you talking about the left or right side where garage and house intersect?

I think your most recent elevation, without the bay window in the great room is much improved from previous elevation studies.

I think you are finished and ready for construction documents and bidding. Don't fuss with the elevation or the plan much more!

Good luck with your project.


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RE: Help! How to blend the interior plan with the exterior

Where is the exterior sketch? It would be good to have them both in the same thread.


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